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Hi I'm Tiffany

I love to sing. I love to travel. I love to experience other cultures. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

Hello world!! So, you all know that my name is Tiffany. I have grown up in what everyone calls the bubble of Utah County. Since then, I have gone out to college to a wonderful college called Southern Virginia University. I am going into Anthropology and Business. Out there, across the country from my family, I really grew to appreciate other people's heritage and got to met people from all around the states and even out of the country! This is what planted in me the need to start traveling the world and finding the good that it has to offer. So to start, I am going to be a nanny in San Antonio. Now, that may not sound like a world traveler to some, but I figured I should get to know my own country as much as possible before I go out to see the rest of the world. Another huge part of my life is music. I have been playing the violin for nine years, the viola for four years, guitar for about five years, and have been trying to teach myself the piano for... well, a couple of years. I love the way that music can help people speak, including myself. If I am angry or sad or happy, I pull out my guitar and jam to my hearts content! It is a large part of me, and a large way I am able to see who others are.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know it to be true. I have grown up in the faith my whole life, but have had things in my life where I needed to know if Heavenly Father was really there and knew who I was. Through prayer and fasting I received that answer and come to a clearer knowledge of this every time I receive an answer to my prayer. I love that I have had a relationship with God to help me in all things in my life; it brings me peace and comfort when everything seems to be going wrong.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by going to my church meeting every Sunday. I try to participate as much as I can, but I love hearing what others have to say and think on the gospel. I think of myself as a sponge every Sunday, absorbing as much information as possible from all of my ward members. I also attend Family Home Evenings every Monday. This is when young single adults my age get together and grow closer in the gospel by having activities. We have done pottery, had water fights, discussed different ideas of the gospel and written missionaries.